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Q: Three lines can intersect in only two points?

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Perpendicular lines intersect at one point only.

How many lines can intersect at a point? Here is the REAL answer to that question. Intersecting lines have only one point in common, a Line is a endless straight path and it haves a made up of a continuous collection of points. Well what do u think... a line can intersect with and other line together forming into intersecting lines.

because they never intersect

If it's a line it would only be 1, but if it's a parabola, or something with a curve, it could be multiple times.

"... to the other two lines?". What other two lines? According to the question, there is only one line!

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No, only three lines can intersect at a single point.

Assuming that the none of the lines are parallel, they can intersect (pairwise) at three points. Otherwise, the question is tautological.

A point can be intersected by infinitely many lines. Two points intersect in only one line. Three points either intersect in a line or not at all. This is only considering two dimensions.

Perpendicular lines intersect at one point only.

Yes.

Yes. The easiest example is to take two parallel lines and use the third line as a transversal.

Lines in a plane can intersect at only one point.

Yes, but only if they are mutually coincident.

Only one line can pass through two distinct points.

Two straight lines, whether they're in the same or different planes, must intersect at either one point or else at no points.

Any number of lines can intersect all at the same point. Think of a circle. Now think of all of its diameters.

In plane Euclidean geometry, only onle line can go through two distinct points.

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